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Luc Dumont
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How to organize your project documentation (naming convention, storage location, order…)

“Yeah, just have a look on the specifications… They’re on the shared drive, or in your mails. And the title of the document is… Specifications_v1.1_draft(3).doc”.Wow wow that doesn’t sound good. Unreliable revision located somewhere in several copies… to fix that you only need a couple of management rules and pretty simple methods. Together, let’s see...
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Document the future

The way anticipation, and science-fiction, are influencing innovation, research and development and even politics.
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Validation Plan: check your product meets the customer needs – Part two

After part one and the validation plan, now let’s see how to report the results for each product you test.
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40% of a project is dedicated to documentation

For over a year now, we have been interrogating more than 200 companies about their documentation activities. Help us to better understand how to document a project by taking part in our study. Let’s dive into this number: 40%.
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Validation Plan: check your product meets the customer needs – Part one

In this article, we’ll see how to build a validation plan ensuring your product is matching all your customer’s requests.
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Fix your product issue with a problem report

Damn it! You just found a bug. No problemo. Keep cool. And let’s fill out a problem report to organize the resolution.

Co-Innovation Builder: how to organize a startup corporate collaboration

A collaboration between a corporate and a startup can take different shapes according to their needs. But their very different cultures can make it difficult. Corship designed a free tool to help those companies to settle the foundations of such a project for a greater success.
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What is a traceability matrix ? Part two

In the first part we discovered the concept of traceability matrix. Today we’ll see the different kinds of matrix used to ensure the consistency of the project.

What is a traceability matrix ? Part one

In a customer request for proposal, the need is usually given through a list of requirements. The supplier sends back a proposal showing his solution through a list of specifications. The coverage between requirements and specifications can take different shapes: 1 to 1: one specification covers one requirement1 to many: several specifications are used to...
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Needs assessment : some good practices

When we write a needs assessment or a specification document for a supplier, we try to be as complete as possible. The document turns into a list of expected features. Here are some good practices to build the most efficient request.
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